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Dean Sheppard, Charles Craik Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Apr 12, 2017
UCSF biochemist Charles Craik and pulmonologist Dean Sheppard have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Reunions and Events Draw Thousands for 2017 UCSF Alumni Weekend

Apr 11, 2017
More than 1,650 alumni, family and friends attended the events for UCSF’s 2017 Alumni Weekend.

Inspired by Work with Dalai Lama, Eve Ekman Creates App to Map Emotions

Apr 11, 2017
Eve Ekman, a postdoctoral scholar at UCSF’s Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, has collaborated with her father, Paul Ekman, and the Dalai Lama to create an Atlas of Emotions. Now Eve Ekman is focusing on helping medical residents understand their emotions through an app.

Quest for Balance in Radiation Leads to Lower Doses

Apr 10, 2017
A new study led by UC San Francisco has found that radiation doses can be safely and effectively reduced – and more consistently administered – for common CT scans.

UCSF Neuropsychiatrist Tells Senate Committee NIH Funding is ‘Critical’ for Alzheimer’s Research

Apr 8, 2017
UCSF neuropsychiatrist Kristine Yaffe joined former First Lady of California Maria Shriver and other geriatric care experts to testify about the importance of Alzheimer's disease research and prevention at a meeting of the U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging.

UCSF Recognized for Patient Safety as Part of the I-PASS Study Group

Apr 8, 2017
UCSF is part of a patient safety research group that received the prestigious 2016 John M. Eisenberg Award for Innovation in Patient Safety and Quality.

Medical Ethics and History Take Center Stage in Talk About Henrietta Lacks

Apr 7, 2017
The story of Henrietta Lacks, and the questions raised about medical ethics, will be the topic of discussion when UCSF’s Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo is in conversation with author Rebecca Skloot at City Arts and Lectures event on April 26.

New Tool Illuminates Cell Signaling Pathways Key to Disease

Apr 7, 2017
In a major advance for fundamental biological research, UCSF scientists have developed a tool capable of illuminating previously inscrutable cellular signaling networks.

Cognitive Decline After Surgery Tied to Brain's Own Immune Cells

Apr 7, 2017
After undergoing surgery, elderly patients often experience cloudy thinking. Mounting evidence suggests that heightened inflammation in the brain following surgery is the more likely cause.

Video Game Promotes Better Attention Skills in Some Children with Sensory Processing Dysfunction

Apr 5, 2017
A video game under development as a medical device boosts attention in some children with sensory processing dysfunction.

How Computers are Searching for Drugs of the Future

Apr 5, 2017
Researchers at UCSF and elsewhere are turning to virtual experiments for the initial steps of drug development.

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